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The mini-awards are designed to engage a wide variety of educational partners – such as museums, schools or school districts, and youth organizations – to infuse STEM content in existing summer and after-school student programs. The maximum award value for each 2013 mini-award is $2,500. The deadline for proposals is Monday, June 10.
NASA Announces 2013 Summer Learning Opportunities For U.S. Students
NASA has unveiled plans for its 2013 Summer of Innovation project, which challenges middle school students across the United States to share in the excitement of scientific discovery and space exploration through unique, NASA-related science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, opportunities.
Summer of Innovation leverages the expertise and reach of NASA's 10 field centers, national academic and industry partners and smaller, non-traditional collaborators to keep students engaged in STEM activities during the summer school break. NASA's facilities and partner organizations will host family activity days, opportunities for students to talk with NASA experts, and summer day camps.